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Use Your Voice
Queen Rania's message on International Women's Day.

Inside Gaza
Christine van Nieuwenhuyse, World Food Programme Country Director for the occupied Palestinian territories, travelled to Gaza in late January with a joint UN preliminary assessment mission.

Valerie Kaboré receivs the torch
Valerie Kaboré, film director and producer from Burkina Faso, has received the torch because of her succesful TV series "Ina" and her commitment to girls' education.

The Girl Effect
The powerful social and economic change brought about when girls have the opportunity to participate in their society.

Rebuilding Children's Lives through Education in Uganda
This film consisting of 8 chapters charts the  ‘Go to school, back to school, stay in school’ campaign which ran in the country’s conflict-affected north and northeast from February to October 2007.
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UNGEI Girls' Education
13 November 2006
Premiered at the UNGEI Business Meeting and Education for All High Level Group Meeting in Cairo.
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Girls' Education, HIV/AIDS and Development
17 January 2006
A look at the links between girls' education, HIV/AIDS and the Millennium Development Goals.
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Malawi:  Orphaned by AIDS, young girl struggles to care for her family
October 2005:
UNICEF Correspondent Thomas Nybo reports on one young girl’s struggle to support her family after being orphaned by AIDS.
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Lydia Wilbard interview
14 September 2005
Interview with girls' education speaker Lydia Wilbard during her visit to the 2005 UN World Summit
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Highlights from the First Spouses event at the 2005 UN World Summit
14 September 2005
As world leaders gathered for the 2005 United Nations World Summit, Nane Annan, wife of UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, hosted a briefing for First Spouses that highlighted the relationship between girls’ education, HIV/AIDS and development.
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United Kingdom: Chancellor Gordon Brown (DfID)
26 January 2005
Chancellor Gordon Brown and International Development Secretary Hilary Benn announced today UK 's investment of £1.4 billion in education over the next three years.
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Thailand: Children going back to school
14 January 2005
Children are going back to school in tsunami-devastated southern Thailand.
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Brazil: UNICEF-supported projects open girls’ eyes to gender equality
14 July 2004
UNICEF correspondent Rachel Bonham Carter reports on gender equality education in Brazil. The report is the first of a six-part series on The United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative (UNGEI)’s efforts to promote girls’ education.
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UNGEI Country Video
A series of videos that document challenges and strategies for girls’ education in six countries: Brazil, Ethiopia, India, Malawi, Sudan and Turkey.
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Sibili Nsibande Interview
UNICEF Correspondent Allyson Alert interviews Sibili Nsibande, a teacher at St. Annes high school in the Malkerns Valley, Swaziland who, thanks to a one-year fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania, United States, is ready to tackle head on the challenges that children, girls especially, encounter in staying in school.
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Nepal: Go Girls! Education for Every Child campaign video profile
Meet Kamala from Nepal. Her favourite subject is Nepali and she wants to become a doctor.
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Nigeria: Go Girls! Education for Every Child campaign video profile
Rakiya is from Nigeria. She likes mathematics and enjoys playing football.
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Zambia: Go Girls! Education for Every Child campaign video profile
It takes an hour for Angela to walk to school and an hour to walk home again. She lives in Zambia.
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